This is a pretty fantastic book. It provides great insight into problems with our judicial system and analysis issues pertaining to the gap between 1% and the rest of us. In addition to this, it provides some information on the crash of 2008 and the implications it held judicially. Also, it isn't biased like a lot of the books I see here. It is written by a journalist who actually knows what he is talking about, has researched the topic, and has a large background in the topicality of the book.
I'm tired of seeing all these books written by ultra conservatives with an insane bias who don't even bother to research and end up writing a book filled with half baked unsupported ideas.